Veteran gospel musician, Helena Rabbles is back on the music scene to sing and mentor young girls.
In a video on Social media, the award winning singer in her time mentions that she is back in the country with a vision and a dream to minister and mentor young girls from ages five to 29.
Helena Rhabbles left the shores of Ghana and relocated to the United States in 1998 reveals that she that she is back in the country, not just to do music but to raise them to sing and dance for God thereby equipping them to love God and know him at a young age.
Helena Rhabbles who has been away for some years now also re-launched his website www.Helenaglobalministries.com upon arrival in the country earlier this year. She has also released a comeback music titled “My Testimony’, which was recorded in Washington DC, USA.
Helena Rhabbles whose maiden name is Helena Esi Mends was born in Egyia No. 1 (Fire No. 1), a small town near Saltpond, in the Central Region of Ghana on November 26, 1961. Helena Rhabbles is mostly known as the woman who took the Ghana gospel music scene by storm in the mid to late 90s.
With five successful albums to her name and hit songs like "Yewo Oman" and "Satan don fall for ground o," her melodies still resonate with many. Her music cuts across culture and religion and speaks to all who hear the words. Her songs have been sung in English, Yoruba, Igbo, Pidgin English and several local Ghanaian dialects. She is also the recipient of several music awards and recognitions.
Listen to Helena sing in this video